Christ Consciousness is separate from Christianity

Definitions, synonyms, and descriptions of key Christian concepts


This text summarizes, piece by piece, the definitions, synonyms, and descriptions of God, Christ, Heaven, Jesus, gods and the devil.


God

Definition:

The creator

Adjective:

Absolutely

Synonyms:

One, the first, the original, the primary, the source, the inviolable, the creator, the maker, the author, father, sole owner of all creatures, authority, ruler, master, lord (Dominus in Latin), ruler, excellence, protector, Theos (Greek)

Description:

The abbreviation of the Greek word Theos is called "The". Real theology studies the logic of the Theos. If we look at God on the basis of God's work only, real theology studies the logic of creation. The relationship between God and creation is like the relationship between a parent and their child. The old male writing style is like the father-son relationship. This means that the Father relates to God and the Son to man as part of God's creation.


Christ

Definition:

The son of god

Adjective:

Anointed

Synonyms:

The Messiah

Description:

Christ is a person's awareness of God through keeping the ten commandments. This person is the Son of God who is a good shepherd by claiming the inheritance of rulership over his home planet. Through repentance and submission to God, God will resurrect Christ consciousness in us. Anyone without this Christ consciousness is given the life of an antichrist. Many ignorant people mistake submission to God for a stupid ritual called baptism. This ritual is based on the literal interpretation of the hierarchy of God, as described in the line of text "Heaven above, below the earth and the water below the earth" (Exodus 20: 4). Lowest on this list are "the waters," so they are the place for believers to repent. You literally repent underwater. But the act of submission to God does not take place in the physical world, but in our spirit.


sky

Definition:

One level of consciousness

Adjective:

relative

Synonyms:

Kingdom, name, nirvana, paradise, the promised land, afterlife, the higher world, underworld (hell)

Description:

There are seven hierarchical heavens in total, just as there are seven notes on the scale. The highest heaven is the seventh. In this highest state of mind, we become one with God and part of the whole. Each heaven is a kingdom in itself and has its own ruler. These seven heavens correspond to a hierarchy of the higher world. Every higher world includes the underworld. The synonyms nirvana, paradise and promised land can be found in all seven heavens. The standard world of a newborn person is the second heaven. Every higher world at this moment is a higher world or the hereafter. The world below this standard entrance is known as the underworld or hell. Through the Christ awakening within us, we can begin our path to the higher heavens. Without this Christ consciousness, we live as Antichrist, which leads us to the lowest state of mind. Anyone in this lowest state of mind is a madman in a world where Queen Luna rules. Although it is customary to speak of God the Father or also of the Lord God, in reality God has no gender because God is one.


Helios

Definition:

The central star of our solar system

Adjective:

bringing light

Synonyms:

God's sun, the bringer of light, our father, art in heaven

SPersonifications:

Jesus (ΙΗΣΟΥΣ in Greek, abbreviated as ΙΗΣ or (incorrectly) as IHS in Latin), (Amun-) Ra, Horus (both in ancient Egypt), Surya (Indian Vedas), Shamash (Mesopotamia), Ahau (Maya), Apollo, Mithras (both in ancient Greece), Sol (Latin), Solomon (a trinity of Sol, Om and On)

Description:

The enlightened being in our solar system is without a doubt the central star. Science calls this star Helios, just like the ancient Greeks. In many ancient scriptures, this enlightened creature is personified to show us how it worked its way to seventh heaven. In the Bible, Helios is personified as Jesus. As everyone can clearly see, this Jesus, the sun Helios, reflects and can actually walk over the water through the sunlight.


Gods

Definition:

Creatures that create in turn

Adjective:

creating

Synonyms:

El, Eloah, Yahweh (Hebrew), Al Illah (Allah), Deus (Latin), deity, Anu (Sumer), Yaldabaoth (Gnosticism), sons of El, called Elohim (Hebrew), Anunnaki (Sumer), descendants of Elohim , called Nephilim (Hebrew)

Description:

“Let us make people who are like our picture” (Genesis 01:26) Suddenly the singular God was changed to plural gods during the first five days of creation. What happened? We find the most likely answer on the Sumerian clay tablets: "Space travelers came to this planet and created the Homo Sapiens according to their resemblance." They were the gods who came from heaven. They fell from heaven. They were the fallen. In the eyes of the first humans, these divine beings were big, so they were depicted as giants. In those days these creatures, perceived as divine, were among the people. At first only the fallen males came to this planet. Elohim means the sons of El. Later they began to cross females: "Elohim saw that the daughters of men were fair; and they took the women they chose." (Genesis 6: 2) Their offspring, both male and female, were known as the Nephilim.

In the Sumerian clay tablets, the ruler of these gods is called Anu, the ruler of Nibiru. however, it is unclear whether it is a planet, a brown branch, a clear solar system, a space station or the spaceship Nibiru. The inhabitants of this Nibiru are the Anunaki, literally “the Anu sent down from heaven.” In contrast to The, which refers to God, the words “El” and “De” refer to the leader of the gods. These gods did what they were supposed to do according to God's master plan, but no longer play a major role. Even if they left our planet a long time ago, their legacy is still very much alive, in Judaism, Islam and Christianity.

Judaism is a religion that worship this El instead of God (which is a violation of the first commandment). This El doesn't care much about the Ten Commandments as he often gives instructions to kill. In Judaism this idol is called Yahweh. Gullible serfs who were too afraid to pronounce this name only wrote the consonants (YHWH) and formulated the vowels in Hebrew for the word for the Lord: Adonai. Later, brain manipulated people combined these consonants YHWH and the main vowels of Adonai to form the fictional word of the Lord. This, of course, is a clear case of stupid and stupid.

Islam is a religion that also worship this El as god. the Muslim name for El is Al Illah, from which the name Allah originated. The phrase "Allah hu Akbar" which has to be repeated several times in this brain control program means "Allah is the greatest"; this is a serious violation of the first commandment.

Although Christianity appears to conform to the first commandment, this brain control program violates at least the third through ninth commandments. Every religion does the opposite of what ignorant believers blindly assume, in that they all increase the distance to the one true God more and more. They do this by secretly kidnapping righteous people against the devil.


devil

Definition:

The embodiment of life separate from God

Adjective:

tempting

Synonyms:

Antichrists, Satan, Lucifer, Baphomet, Azazot, Loki, Mephisto, Mephistopheles, Mammon, Demon, Diabolos (Greek), Diabolus (Latin), Beelzebub, Abracadabra, Seth (ancient Egypt), Prince of Darkness, Angel of Death, Master of Evil

Description:

By denying God and the sacred connection, man breathes life into the all-destructive nothing known as the devil. While God creates only good, the devil creates only evil. Everyone has to choose between GO (O) D (good) and (D) EVIL (bad). Only by consciously choosing to live with God will God reward us through the resurrection of the Christ in us. In all other cases we have animated the Antichrist.


This article is written by the universal scientist and spiritual teacher Johan Oldenkamp.

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